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in the family. >> bill: yeah, and then they took their straw poll. this year rand paul won but barely, we got 25% of the vote. marco rubio 24%. and chris christie got 7% of the vote. what a bunch of losers. >> when you look at that list rand paul is one of the most extreme name on the list. but that's the crowd. that's the crowd. >> bill: yeah, far, far too much at attention to cpac. we're going to be talking to the public advocate for the city of new york later this hour. next hour the representative from the seere area club, and cindy will help us through our brackets. and bob portman creating a lot of buzz when he has a leading republican did a big flip flop on marriage equality. but first -- >> announcer: this is the "full court press." >> march madness now underway. the men's bracket is sweat games starting this thursday. noticeably absent from this year's bracket is last year's winner. >> bill: i'm working on my bracket now. >> bill: here it is. okay. do i have to fill this out before she gets here. >> no, you have time. she might be able to help you. >> bill:er don't nee
is waiting for you. i'm christi paul. so glad to have your company. 8:00 here in the east. let's talk about what everybody's talking about today. the gridlocked interstates, the canceled flights, the hailstorms, the possible tornado tornadoes. welcome to sunday. i know it's supposed to be spring but a wicked winter storm is pushing through the rockies and into the midwest there. already slammed colorado. look at these pictures shutting down i-70 mind you. and take a look at this on i-25, flames engulfing a semitrailer that got caught in a whiteout near denver. the system is pushing east into missouri. show you some live video from kansas city. and thank you to the folks who are driving this car right now. please be careful. we want you to be safe more than anything. but you can see the several inches of snow on the ground predicted across the ohio valley and in the south severe storms and possible tornadoes as i said. thanks again to the crew there at kmbc in kansas city, missouri. they are slow going on the roads. karen joining us this morning joining us is jay marshal shepherd and in the
a piece you have up about paul ryan. you say it's paul ryan's disappearing act. his stock could not have shot up much higher when he was chosen as mitt romney's running mate and now out of the spotlight. >> this story quotes dan senor. for someone who was the nominee, as the story says, the "it" boy, younger face of the republican party, paul ryan has perhaps deliberately been out of the national plilt conversation because he has a busy day job. not only is he chairman of the budget committee with a huge job but been a wing man to speaker boehner even though not a formal member of the top part of membership. ryan has consulted on everything that matters. and has become the tea party whisperer for leadership and the person conservatives trust and he tries to market leadership packages to the conservatives. >> i guess disappearing so far, he hasn't been out nationally as much as he was but not disappearing behind the scenes. >> tuesday night he was told he would not be vice president and wednesday morning, john boehner called him up and said i need you in the middle of the washington. ther
flat. nobody got it. >> two wig winners, rand paul and won the straw poll going away and receiving with his speech and marco rubio did really well. i think you see chris christie sitting there with 7% -- >> who? >> chris christie. >> he was not only excluded, he was insulted there by some extreme voice. >> insult chris christie, you only make him stronger. >> i know. ron, chris christie couldn't have had it any better. first of all, he didn't have to go to cpac and, secondly, he was on everybody's mind at cpac and, third, he fred ahead from the vice presidential nominee in the polling. all in all a big success. i would say the three big winners, rand paul and marco rubio and the guy who wasn't there, chris christie. >> i agree. the democratic party is always the worst three days of the year for the republican party when you have all of these whacko birds on the fringe fighting with each other. those are the three winners, i agree. chris christie is setting -- a nice position to be the one guy come out incredibly and a good place to be. i think jeb bush, mark is right. he fell flat
of dollars switching to geico? jimmy: happier than paul revere with a cell phone. ronny: why not? anncr: get happy. get geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. >>> 16 minutes past the hour. time to check our top stories. another blow for the financially strapped postal service. congress' watchdog arm said in a la legal opinion, the post office must deliver mail six days a week. that would end the post office's plan to cut first class mail service on saturdays. >>> seattle's police department is teaching their drug-sniffing dog some new tricks. since the state legalized marijuana, the department is re-training the dogs not to respond to the smell of marijuana. >> what we're doing, ever since it was passed is de-sensitizing them to the smell of marijuana. there's some natural concern from people out in the community that if they're driving, they've got some weed, is the drug dog going to show up if they get stopped is, and oh, my gosh, what's going to happen? are they going to treat me like a drug trafficker? >> but not every police department is following seattle's lead
about it. the big difference between the senate bill and paul ryan's republican bill that passed the house. ryan's bill didn't get universal support among the republicans. in the house, ten republican members voted no. to the senate, five more refused to get on board. amy, are you surprised that republicans are breaki ining ra on the budget talks? >> in that case it was because it wasn't conservative enough. the democrats as we just saw in the senate -- the senate democrats as we saw did not have it on their budget either. they are documents about priorities. on the house side we saw that house republicans most of them with a couple exceptions said their priority is to balance the budget. we saw on the democratic side their priority is to raise taxes by $1 trillion. ask the americans to give the government a trillion dollar more without balancing the budget. i don't know if they'll get together on that point. it's really stark ideological difference. >> president obama came under attack this week for filling out his ncaa brackets. some said he should have been working on his budg
of the balance sheet, as a business guy, i find that troubling. >> shepard: the senate rejected the paul ryan house republican budget plan. we expect they will vote late tonight on patty murray murray's democratic senate and it should have enough votes to pass. >> shepard: isn't most of this about getting people on the record so that politicians can use that for people and against people come the 2014 mid-term? reporter: no question about that. familiar topics, the president's healthcare law, about turn three years old, texas senator ted cruz propose egg an amendment to repeal the law. failed 54-45 but forced some lawmakers to weigh in on an up popular law. cruz says it hasn't lived up to expectations. >> when obama care was being proposed the president told americans the average american family would see our premiums drop by $2,500. instead, today, the average american family has seen our premiums rise by $3,000. that's a $5,500 difference between what was promised and what has been delivered. so, for democrats on the 2014 ballot, such as mary lan drew of louisiana, mark pryor of arkansas, t
there with the president. >>> and two potential republican presidential candidates, senator rand paul, congressman paul ryan, my interviews with them and a lot more coming up here in "the situation room." back to you, don. >> looking forward to it, wolf, thank you very much. >>> what if extinction isn't forever? researchers are working on bringing back some species that haven't been seen on earth for decades. that's next. [ indistinct conversations ] [ male announcer ] when you wear dentures you may not know it, but your mouth is under attack. food particles infiltrate and bacteria proliferate. ♪ protect your mouth, with fixodent. the adhesive helps create a food seal defense for a clean mouth and kills bacteria for fresh breath. ♪ fixodent, and forget it. a regular guy with an irregular heartbeat. the usual, bob? not today. [ male announcer ] bob has afib: atrial fibrillation not caused by a heart valve problem, a condition that puts him at greater risk for a stroke. [ gps ] turn left. i don't think so. [ male announcer ] for years, bob took warfarin, and made a monthly trip to the clinic to get h
and shine. i'm christi paul. so glad to have your company this morning. i want to begin by talking about your weather this morning. winter specifically, as we're in the fourth day of spring and this wicked winter storm is shoving its way across the country. our forecast today from kansas to pennsylvania and st. louis could get as much as eight inches of snow and a mess of sleet is headed for washington and new york. just want to make sure you have a heads up there. from texas to georgia, strong winds, large hail and a threat of tornadoes, as well. take a look at colorado, though. they have been particularly slammed, as you can see. those are flames engulfing a semi truck that got caught in a whiteout. as many as 50 vehicles crashed or spun out along i-25. the interstate, along with at least 15 other highways across colorado were shut down yesterday. and look at that, my goodness. also want to show you a picture of i-70 in eastern colorado. it has reopened, by the way, after authorities closed a 150-mile stretch when wind gusts got up to 50 mile pers hour. i-70 in western kansas is still
. the back end of the car came to rest on the edge of a retaining wall. paul harrison, who lives down the street, heard the accident. >> we were just -- smash, crash, boom. and my neighbor, brad nelson, walking his dog said paul, quick, i think there has been an accident. >> reporter: he grab ad ladder and helped the wynns off the roof. one man was inside the house when the crash happened. he wasn't injured. >> there was one person inside of the house but not in the area of the -- where the car landed. >> reporter: in order to remove the car, the fire department called for a crane to do the heavy lifting. the caddie has major damage but remarkably the roof only needs minor repairs. >> i don't think i broke anything. i consider us to be very, very lucky. >>> we have much more in the newsroom straight ahead with my fave, john lennon. >>. how are you doing? >> great. the weather. >> because you slept well. the thunderstorms and all that. it is frightening for a lot of people. especially with the city of so many trees. trees coming down. you just slumbered on through it. >> i kept saying
a chance really to see firsthand the rolling out of what we call the ryan budget. paul ryan as the chairman of our budget committee once again leads, i believe, the intellectual and thought process on talking about the future that we should have in this country. certainly the budget is that primer, that guiding post, that opportunity for us to lay out a philosophy about what republicans stand for, and today the american people are having a chance to hear from our colleagues, the democrats. of course as you listen to our colleagues, our friends, the democrats talk, everything about a budget is all about if you're a republican, us harming the middle class, us ruining the country, headed in the wrong direction. that is because they have taken the simple approach to they will try and fund everything. they will try and fund hospitals. they will fund airports. they will fund schools. they will do all these amazing things. and the facts of the case are is that that process and that future does not work. paul ryan yesterday, before the rules committee, very carefully, argued the point that really i
, the house starts a debate on paul ryan's budget. they will be debating back and voting on amendments. we told you yesterday, it is official today, that the assault weapons ban will not be part of a larger gun control senate package. the senate majority leader told it did notesterday, have enough votes read host: dianne feinstein said yesterday, she tried her best but it was not good enough. the washington post has this headline -- host: this is the front page of the daily news, shame on the united states -- host: on president obama's visit you can seebank -- posters that palestinians were holding up with the words, no hope on them. following up yesterday on the south carolina first district race, here is the state newspaper this morning. the former governor is in a runoff with other room -- republicans -- host: also, this morning, the politico front page -- even political viewers might be shocked -- also, the paper is noting that the senate is moving forward for a continued resolution to fund the government for six months. john in illinois, what are your thoughts on the 10th anniversary
relationships may affect his decision on same-sex marriage is an open question. paul smith has some insight. he's an openly gay attorney who argued one of the landmark cases involving gay rights, striking down laws banning sexual relations between same-sex couples. before that, he was also a clerk for justice lewis powell. >> i think it has some impact on people to know family members and friends who are out and gay and happy and functioning in society. on the other hand, it's not by any means going to be a good prigtor. >> reporter: we'll find out starting tuesday when the court hears the challenge to problem decision 8, california's asame-sex marriage ban. that challenge is brought by california couples including jeff and paul who say they have a right to marry just like heterosexual couples and the state's domestic partnership laws aren't good enough. >> the term "marriage" is important. it has global recognition. no one celebrates a domestic partnership-versary. they celebrate an an aversery of marriage. >> that was joe johns reporting. and we'll tell you a strange legal alliance will argue
legal contributor paul callan. how much trouble is she in? >> valentine's day is always a dangerous day, christine. she's facing two counts, one that she actually physically assaulted the alleged victim and the second cyber stalking, both misdemeanor counts, each carries as much as a year in prison. usually you don't get prison time but they're serious charges. >> how unusual is it to have a celebrity accused of doing the stalking and not the other way around? >> christine it's highly unusual. usually of course it's the celebrity being stalked by some stranger that we read about in the newspaper, and there's another thing that's unusual here, i was looking at the statistics, although over 3 million americans have been stalked annually according to department of justice statistics, more often than not the stalker is a male, usually almost 90% of the time, believe it or not, despite what you see in the movies the stalker is a male. here the victim allegedly is a male with a stalker a female so this flips the whole phenomena upside down. >> she hasn't been arrested. she's been charged, has
- or doma - that legally defines marriage as between a man and woman. conservative leader rand paul says he believes in traditional marriage, but not doma. >> "i don't want the government promoting something i don't believe in, but i also don't mind if the government tries to be neutral on the issue." >> reporter: although recent polls show a majority of americans support of same sex marriage, california's attorney general says it's more important to read the constitution. >> "i am absolutely against a ban on same-sex marriages because because they are simply unconstitutional." i'm cristina mutchler reporting for kron 4 news. >> secretary of state john kerry says he's made it clear to iraq that it shouldn't allow iran to use its airspace to ship weapons and fighters to syria. u-s officials believe shipments on iranian overflights are transporting weapons and fighters to the embattled syrian government. kerry says iraq's behavior in allowing use of the airspace raises questions about the country's reliability as a partner. >> a mall in los angeles is open again after more than a thousand wor
affect his decision on same-sex marriage is an open question. paul smith has some insight he's an openly gay attorney who argued one of the landmark cases involving gay rights striking down laws banning sexual relations between same sex couples. before that, he was also a clerk for justice lewis powell. >> "i think it has some impact on people to know family members and friends who are out and gay and happy and functioning in society. on the other hand its not by any means going to be a good predictor." >> reporter: we'll find out starting tuesday, when the court hears the challenge to proposition 8 -- california's same-sex marriage ban. that challenge is brought by california couples including jeff zarillo and paul katami.who say they have a right to marry just like heterosexual couples. and that the state's domestic partnership lawsarent good enough. >> "the term marriage is important it has global recognition no one celebrates a domestic partnershipversary. they celebrate an anniversary of marriage." >> reporter: on wednesday, the court will hear the challenge to the federal defense o
to talk about the misguided priorities laid out in the republican budget as presented by chairman paul ryan. once again chirme ryan has proposed a budget that guts low-income program. the ryan budget not only does not end hunger now, it actually makes hunger in america worse than it is today. simply put, mr. speaker, we are currently not doing enough to end hunger now. there are over 50 million hungry americans in this country, 17 million are kids. over 47 million rely on snap, formerly known as food stamps, to put today food on their tables. without this program, real hunger, the actual absence of food, would be actually worse. the great recession is the primary reason hunger is so bad today. now, don't get me wrong, hunger has been getting worse since the presidency of ronald reagan. we almost eradicated hunger in america in the late 1970's, but hunger has been getting steadily worse in the decades since. but the great recession, the worst economic period we've faced since the great depression, resulted in millions more people hungry. millions of people who had to turn to snap as the
if it justifies it, and when paul wolfowitz says the only problem is the war went on after we reached baghdad, otherwise it had been great up to them, is almost like saying if we had an army of a million giant flying robots, things would have worked out better. it's denying reality. to ron's point, you asked him how could they think this way? they're not concerned with the real world with expertise, with better measuring costs and benefits because they think they're above it. they don't pay the costs. this is all a giant lab experiment for them, and they know better than the intelligence people. they know better than the foreign -- >> it's such a stupid answer. the admiral, not a bad guy, didn't want to attack us at pearl harbor. he would have said, you know, if it had stopped at pearl harbor, it would have been a pretty good war for us. what a stupid thing to say from the time we arrived in baghdad, the war was over. no, it just began. your last thought, ron? >> look, what david says is just right. they ran an experiment on the whole globe and it failed. and at this point that's why you have
a summit for his son tag's investment fund. paul rain and chris christie may also attend. >>> and for the supreme court, a block of young people standing against same-sex marriage. one of those opponents will join me up next. >>> check your numbers. powerball winning ticket. drawn last night. are you holding a $338 million jackpot ticket? we'll tell you. you're watching msnbc. the place for politics. [ female announcer ] it balances you... it fills you with energy... and it gives you what you are looking for to live a more natural life. in a convenient two bar pack. this is nature valley. nature at its most delicious. departure. hertz gold plus rewards also offers ereturn-- our fastest way to return your car. just note your mileage and zap ! you're outta there ! we'll e-mail your receipt in a flash, too. it's just another way you'll be traveling at the speed of hertz. with command strips from 3m. designed to stick and eliminate odors anywhere. like this overflowing trashcan. to test it, we brought in the scott family. so what do you smell? beach house and you're looking o
apparently does a solid farrow impersonation. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] >> stephanie: paul ryan cut the funding for the harriet tubman monument. he doesn't believe in the underground railroad. >> they read the proclamation. the supreme court has agreed to take up a new affirmative action case. it concerns a 2006 michigan ballot initiative that changed the state constitution to prohibit affirmative action. the supreme court has an affirmative case outstanding has yet to rule on a challenge to the university of texas admission system even though it heard that case last october. so that's our news. from captain america's underpants. we're back after the break. stay with us. (vo) next, current tv is the place for compelling true stories. >> jack, how old are you? >> nine. >> this is what 27 tons of marijuana looks like. (vo) with award winning documentaries that take you inside the headlines, way inside. (vo) from the underworld, to the world of privilege. >> everyone in michael jackson's life was out to use him. (vo) no one brings you more documentaries that are real, gripping, curre
for coco fab.com, rebecca cardin, comedian and host mr. paul mercurio and chris freights back with us. i did a little check on the commercial break, it sounds like the ladies, myself included, not married. to the ladies, let me ask you this, why do you think this whole thing is about how people are waiting later to get married? why do you think people are waiting later to get married if at all these days? >> i personally think that marriage is an ill conceived antiquated institution that was created by people that didn't live past 30. 10, sure, you could look at somebody and say i will be with you for the rest of my life because that's, like, five years. it makes perfect sense. i just -- i don't know. i think the urgency is not as where it used to be. we don't need men as much as we used to. women are -- >> oh -- >> i think we glamorized marriage in this culture. look at real housewives. that makes marriage look like the hunger games. and i don't think it is the kind of thing anybody wants to live up to, and so i agree on some levels, marriage might be the issue, but also the issue is i
it comes to theology. in continuity with john paul ii. no question on that. secondly, he brings a real concern for justice. he's really concerned about poor people. he fought the argentine government when they cut benefits for the poor. and thirdly, he brings a real commitment to a simple lifestyle >> also in proof of pope francis' ecumenical style, tomorrow the patriarch of the eastern orthodox church will be here. this has not happened in the christian church for 1,000 years. that was 1,000 years since the great schism. this is signaling a very different direction of this papacy. >> steve: indeed. lauren green live near vatican city. and everything is going to happen tomorrow morning, starting up early. we'll be live on the air. >> brian: i'm sure donald trump will be watching us live. let's bring him in now. he's the author of "time to get tough." welcome back. >> good morning. >> ainsley: good morning. >> brian: it seems yesterday, if you are watching chris wallace's show, you have senator dick durbin on one side, senator corker on the other and listen to how close they seem to be
the curtain column you say the gop now belongs to senators marco rubio and rand paul. how so? >> you might as well call it the rand/rubio party, because the energy, the excitement and the power in the republican party is now outside washington and the clearest place to see this is on immigration. on the show in last couple of days we have seen senator rand paul moving toward friendliness of immigration reform and marco rubio in the past has expressed support for it. if they come out with tough, real immigration reform is how it will get to the president's desk. if they are for it, house republicans who are still reluctant are not going to want to get to the right of them. a sign of resistance there is still in the house, house republican that we talked to said there is a hispanics panic among the party elite donors and leaders and take senator paul and rubio to bring them along. >> hispanics paunnic? one way to put it. >> we have this brown guy running in georgia. he is the one that says barack obama follows the soviet constitution! >> soviet constitution? >> not even the russian constitut
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dog says paul, quick, i think there's been an accident. >> reporter: he grabbed an accident and helped the couple off the roof. one man was inside the house when the crash happened, but he wasn't injured. >> there was one person inside the house but not in the area of the -- where the car landed. >> reporter: in order to remove the car, the fire department called for a crane to do the heavy lifting. the caddy has major damage, but remarkably the roof needs only minor repairs. >> my back is hurt and i don't think i broke anything and i consider myself and my husband very, very luck. >> that was leanne souter of kabc in los angeles. coming up after this quick break, the album that defined a generation hits a milestone. what's the celebration like? we'll tell you. ♪ ♪ try zyrtec®. powerful allergy relief for adults and kids six years and older. zyrtec®. love the air. has an equally thrilling, lesser-known counterpart. conquer them with the exhilarating is 250. get great values on your favorite lexus models during the command performance sales event. this is the pursuit of perfection
by budget chairman paul ryan. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to the order of the house of january 3, 2013, the chair will now recognize members from lists submitted by the majority and minority leaders for morning hour debate. the chair will alternate recognition between the parties with each party limited to one hour and each member other than the majority and minority leaders and the minority whip each, to five minutes but in no event shall debate continue beyond 11:50 a.m. the chair recognizes the gentleman from illinois, mr. quigley, for five minutes. mr. quigley: thank you, mr. speaker. mr. speaker, i rise today to call for continued reforms to our health care system. the affordable care act was a huge step in the right direction, but we can do more, because the path we're on is unsustainable. the u.s. spends approximately 18% of its g.d.p. on health, close to twice as much as other developed nations and yet we don't have better health care outcomes. health care costs are rising faster than inflation and wages, meaning they are eating a larger portion of americans' paychecks and the
for undocumented immigrants. congressman paul ryan spelled out his position in "the situation room" with wolf blitzer. >> well, i think we can get comprehensive immigration reform. i support reform. i supported the bush reforms in 2005 and 2006. i think we can find a way of making sure that people here with an undocumented status have an ability to adjust that status. we're not going to be able to deport 12 million people. and there's a way to do this without rewarding them for breaking the line or breaking the law, without rewarding them for cutting in line so they don't have a special and unique pathway so those who came here legally who paid the fines, who waited patiently are not penalized by letting people cut in front of them. i think there's a way to do this. and i would call it earned legalization status. >> let's bring in chief political analyst gloria borger. gloria, could it be that congress might actually get a little something done here? how close are lawmakers to coming up with an immigration reform plan that everyone likes or can agree to? >> i sense your skepticism because it'
lunch with paul ryan. for the reasons we don't understand is ronald reagan would of done that, george bush would have done that and for the country to be successful we have to put aside some of this vitriol that exists and begin to recognize it just because the other side doesn't have our view it doesn't mean that they are not motivated for love of country. we have to get to a different place where we can find a broad consensus based on principles. that's how we will win. ronald reagan for me is someone that is a role model not because of his great success. she is certainly that but also a role model for the political system that we have today. imagine a country with the energy resources that we have with the immigrant heritage that we have that has been our blessing. with the ability to solve the problems that seem intractable today. this country will take off. this country will be the inspiration for the rest of the world. we will regain or footing and rebuild the greatest country on the face of the earth and requires the kind of leadership that ronald reagan showed each and every d
brad nelson who is walking his dog says paul, quick, i think there's been an accident. >> reporter: he grabbed an accident and helped the couple off the roof. one man was inside the house when the crash happened, but he wasn't injured. >> there was one person inside the house but not in the area of the -- where the car landed. >> reporter: in order to remove the car, the fire department called for a crane to do the heavy lifting. the caddy has major damage, but remarkably the roof needs only minor repairs. >> my back is hurt and i don't think i broke anything and i consider myself and my husband very, very luck. >> that was leanne souter of kabc in los angeles. coming up after this quick break, the album that defined a generation hits a milestone. what's the celebration like? we'll tell you. ♪ at tyco integrated security, we consider ourselves business optimizers. how? by building custom security solutions that integrate video, access control, fire and intrusion protection. all backed up with world-class monitoring centers, thousands of qualified technicians, and a personal passion t
party that i think will be helpful. if you look at marco rubio, paul ryan, kelly ayotte, some of our governors from a clear generational shift going on in the republican party moving forward, democrats may want to reach back. kasich's numbers have been rising dramatically, where he is certainly not upside down. >> i have a couple minutes for last questions, and we will try to have swift answers. >> now that the elections are over, we really need government to work for us. as political strategists, is there a chance that compromise can be commendable -- can compromise be commendable and not an election year liability? >> i work for ronald reagan. he compromised on everything. we had a democratic house with a huge majority. he had to. the real divided government can work. ronald reagan proved it could work. clinton proved it could work. those are guys who got huge legislation enacted. the reagan economic plan, immigration reform, social security reform -- here is the thing -- the president has got to lead. for four years we have had a president was not willing to take that kind of lead
? jimmy: happier than paul revere with a cell phone. ronny: why not? anncr: get happy. get geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. >>> we're now an amazing story to share with you about a newborn baby boy found in the new york city subway system and later adopted by the couple that includes the man who found him. cnn's crime and justice correspondent joe johns is walking into the situation room right now to share this story. tell our viewers what happened. >> a main argument in the gay marriage debate is whether marriage should be between a man and a woman for procreation, having and caring for children. but at a very human level that doesn't take into account all the children that are abandoned, neglected, put up for adoption. this is a story about a child discarded on the street but raised by a same sex couple and it changed all their lives. >> you want a grounder? >> reporter: a rite of spring in a new york city park. >> nice throw. >> reporter: a 12-year-old kid tossing a baseball around with one of his two dads. >> how did you get into baseball? >> i was playin
after the first sort of votes of 2016 were cast this weekend with kentucky's paul winning cpac straw poll. we're joined live from washington with mark. i took a look at embargoed copy of this report coming out today. there are more than 200 recommendatio recommendations. >> it comes back to demographsidemographic demographics. what was very troubling for them as well as asian-americans as well. what prebus said on "face the nation" it's going to cost money. this is what he said. >> we'll be announcing a $10 million initiative just this year which will include hundreds of people paid across the country from coast to coast and hispanic, african-american, asian communities, talking about our party, talking about our brand, talking about what we believe in. >> there you have it. reince priebus on sunday talk shows. what's also interesting from the report, from those that have seen it, is they'll open up an office out in san francisco to harness the technology brain power we see in silicon valley. >> technology data a big part of it. also messages and also the mechanics of picking a presi
think we know it is happening. if you look at the youth and our party like marco rubio and paul get and many others, you the idea. we have great hispanic leaders like ted kreuz. i think we have done a real lousy job sometimes of bragging about the success that we have had. when it comes to diversity we have made great strides. i think we'll have a lot of options in 2016. reach out toe to the african-american community, what are your thoughts on insuring every vote counts of? >> we're not going to bore you with the details in the republican national committee. we believe that we need to make it easy to vote in hard to cheat. if that can capture everything that we believe in as a party. it should be hard to cheat. that is something we have endeavored to do. ondo have some restrictions ballot security. questions about cpac where a panel on african-american voters dissolved into a shouting match with at least one activists voters are being systematically disenfranchised. given that backdrop and the party, how do you plan to overcome those challenges? >> for one thing you have to show up
in strong support today of the balanced budget put forward by my friend and chairman paul ryan. and the reasonable and practical approach that this budget committee has taken while they budget hardworking taxpayer dollars. mr. speaker, this budget debate goes deeper than spread sheets and focuses on the longevity of the american dream. today we are considering a republican budget that actually balances in 10 years. calls for pro growth, pro job tax reform -- pro-growth, pro-job tax reform and strengthens medicare for our seniors and future generations. while in the senate harry reid and patty murray are considering a budget that never balances. it increases taxes by $1 trillion and let's medicare and social security race towards bankruptcy. and it turns medicare into a program that rations benefits to seniors. make no mistake, washington is approaching $17 trillion of debt and more than 12 million americans are unable to find work. the decisions we make will either sink us deeper into debt or put us on a path that encourages job creation and restores the belief that if we work
think that woman's breast to paul is right now? >> you know, this is the 75th year. for the men's basketball and that the women is only 25 years. we have a lot of making up to do. we need more players and. we need more players that could be more fundamental. just with some ways to go, yet. the team is exciting. when the more fans and this type of interview to help basketball so thank- you. >> absolutely! i would always have you on. and great to have you. and the hall of fame the best of coach year after year after year and could lock on the coach year after year after year and could lock on the tournament on saturday. morning, brian! love your passat! um. listen, gary. i bought the last one. nice try. says right here you can get one for $199 a month. you can't believe the lame-stream media, gary. they're all gone. maybe i'll get one. [ male announcer ] now everyone's going to want one. you can't have the same car as me, gary! i'm gettin' one. nope! [ male announcer ] volkswagen springtoberfest is here and there's no better time to get a passat. that's the power of german enginee
's discussion offering an amendment on behalf of myself and senator paul, senator rubio, senator toomey, senator mcconnell that will redirect the $14.5 billion we spend on behalf of 11 million children, and this is the way we would do it. we would simply pin $1,300 and be their share of that money, each of those children, and let the money follow the child to the school they attend, any accredited school, public or private. now, here's the problem. in a contentious washington world this is a problem that seems to have a broad amount of agreement from the left and from the right. this $14.5 billion, which is appropriated expressly to help these 11 million children, isn't getting to them. it's ending up other places. it's distributed by a complicated federal forel la that's generally -- formula that's generally based on the number low-incom of low-income n a district and the average per-pupil expenditure in a state. here's what happens. what happens the money largely follows the teachers' salaries, and to get right to the bottom line, the children in wealthier districts are usually taught by teach
a high school where her former college classmate, played by paul rudd, is principal. he suspects the unusually talented student she's recruiting could be the son that she secretly gave up for adoption years earlier. also starring lily tomlin, "admission" is rated pg-13. >> a terrorist attack threatens the white house in the new thriller "olympus has fallen." a disgraced presidential guard, played by gerard butler, must deliver a kidnapped president to safety. also starring morgan freeman and aaron eckhart, "olympus has fallen" is rated r. >> "the croods" is a new dreamworks animated picture about the last cave men on earth. when the world they know is suddenly destroyed, a prehistoric family embarks on an adventure that brings spectacular new landscapes, and struggles within their own family. with the voices of nicholas cage, ryan reynolds and emma stone, "the croods" is rated pg. for now showing, i'm carl azuz. great conditions. with details coming up. when the kron 4 news continues. save up to 40% on closeout sets from beautyrest and posturepedic. save hundreds on floor samples
for second. kentuckiens in the spotlight once again. this week, senator rand paul's rise to gop fame and of course, ashley judd. according to abc news here, judd apparently has the support of former president bill clinton. and news reported friday that bill clinton encouraged judd to e he were the race and promised he would help her. the report said former president clinton is also encouraged kentucky secretary of state allison grimes to get into the race as well. >> right. >> why -- first of all, why is bill clinton so interested in this race and why would he be encouraging a cat fight? >> it is my understanding, i hope you didn't say cat fight because it's two women. it is my understanding that this happened -- >> wildcats. kentucky wildcats. >> different times actually. initially, a conversation with ashley judd i think some time ago and then only recently with the secretary of state. and look, i think any -- if you are a person who believes in having a strong party and a deep bench, you want to try to encourage as many good people to think about it because, look, the likelihood i
this was the centerpiece of their campaign for the last six months. this was part of what our friend, paul ryan and governor romney, preached from coast to coast, advertised, campaigned, and all of a sudden it was rejected by the american public overwhelmingly. the president was comfortably re-elected and more democratic senators added who support this effort in the house of representatives, not only did we gain seats, but more than a million voters more voted for democrats than republicans. so you would think that this would be put to rest, but it is important for people to know that it is still a viable option as far as our republican friends are concerned. and it's unfortunate, because we are making some progress in reforming the health care system, not by turning our back on medicare, not by transferring the risk and responsibility to seniors and most vulnerable, but by making it more efficient, by taking some of the experiments that we have done in my home state of oregon, and as you well know, there are some health care systems in california that have already found ways to reward value ov
of representatives today. this is a budget by paul ryan that will allow us to get to balance. that means the government will stop sending more money than it takes in by the end of the decade, which is really exciting. what that allows us to do is to get the economy rolling, jobs being created and provide more certainty so young people coming out of college know there is going to be a job in their field. those in the workforce will know they will be needed. those in retirement, social security and medicare and those will be strengthened and security. an exciting time. guest: -- the: when it comes to continued resolution which funds the government through september, did it include sequester cuts that took effect earlier this month? spending atcludes the sequester level. there is flex ability for the military, department of defense and a few other areas that allow money to be moved to areas of greater priority. the house republicans passed to that thest year so across-the-board cuts did not occur in the way they have occurred. we felt there was much greater flexibility. we need to be wiser
the likes of joan baez, paul newman, marlon brando. but one of the first calls was to old friend and supporte eer y bennett. >> i didn't want to do it but then he told me what was going down. when blacks were burned, gasoline thrown on them, and they were burned. when i said that, i said i'll go with you. >> and that black/white divide, white faces would see your face. what do you think they thought about you? >> that you are a god damned traitor. there was a spirit. we decided we would march right through it, no matter what. >> reporter: after a federal court affirmed the right to march against the government and national guard troops ordered to protect marchers, protesters grew from 600 to 25,000. to ral oath crowd, the artists came forth. but one problem. >> we found out we didn't have a stage and somebody came up with a -- a funeral parlor. and how many caskets were there? >> i think the number were 50 to 80 caskets. >> reporter: 50 to 80 coffins? >> yes. >> reporter: how did you feel the stage was built on coffins? >> well, it was different. >> to say the least. yet, singing
to try? of course. this is america. he can spend his money as he pleases. this this from paul, i hope and pray that he can buy gun control. the gun makers have much more money and they're buying prevention of gun control. facebook.com/carolcnn or tweet m me@carol cnn. >>> these unexpected winners are ruining brackets left and right. we'll have the highlights for you next. oh, hi thehey!ill. are you in town for another meeting? yup, i brought my a-team. business trips add up to family time. this is my family. this is joe. hi joe! hi there! earn a ton of extra points with the double your hhonors promotion and feel the hamptonality. if you have high cholesterol, here's some information that may be worth looking into. in a clinical trial versus lipitor, crestor got more high-risk patients' bad cholesterol to a goal of under 100. getting to goal is important, especially if you have high cholesterol plus any of these risk factors because you could be at increased risk for plaque buildup in your arteries over time. and that's why when diet and exercise alone aren't enough to lower cholestero
and they are pleased to affirm, and the point is house budget committee chairman paul ryan released a budget proposal that is most -- is the most reckless austerity plan he's ever proposed. instead of a budget that will slow -- instead we get a budget that will slow the economy and kill jobs. we urge you to vote for the progressive caucus' back-to-work budget which will grow the economy, create seven million jobs and ask the wealthy and multinationals to pay their fair share so we can make investments in our people and our future. 105,000 citizen co-sponsors in less than 48 hours. with that, let me introduce co-chair of the prodepressive caucus mitigating circumstance friend the gentleman from minnesota, keith ellison, for two minutes, thank you. the chair: the gentleman from minnesota is recognized -- recognized for two minutes. mr. ellison: thank you, mr. chairman. i would like to just congratulate everybody with the progressive caucus an thank all the staff that did such a good job preparing this excellent budget which gives us an amazing choice as americans, to confront this jobs crisis. i'm so p
it's kind of familiar. >> tina pee tina fey and paul r new movie. >> this movie is a little more serious and a little more substance than the silliness you see on tv. tina fey is a princeton admissions officer. it's about getting into college but also about family. >> not a date night movie but a real action movie is "owe lulym has fallen." >> it seems a little bit like "diehard" from start to finish. there's a secret service agent, the white house has been captured. what's going to happen? >> i can hear it in your voice. i got the message on this one. let's go to music now. there's new music from blake shelton. >> blake shelton based on a true story. this is his eighth record. it comes out next tuesday, the day after "the voice" premieres. wow, what great timing. >> that's very smart. the strokes? >> the strokes have a new album called "come down machine." this is a new york rock 'n' roll band. this is the best record they have made since their first record. i really like this album. >> and the 13th stewudio album? >> it's more of a bluesy album than you might expect. i like it
exactly who her, but there were several there, invited to speak with rumsfeld, paul, and rice. i remember asking him, and i was conscious of that that evening when i saw the beginning of the war. i ask them to sell certain argue that the iraqis have these weapons of mass direction. and the answer for all three of them was its of the question of tosser we are. we know why they have them. that impressed me because these people lead known for a long time. would you say you know the summit has something it means to me you know. this other question a probability but a statement of certain to cause a -- statement of certitude. still occurred to me to pursue the subject. i asked him if you know that they have weapons of mass destruction, what is the order for the use and particularly nuclear weapons? because obviously if they have them and they're ready to use them, authorizing either divisional commanders or brigade commanders or whoever else to have the possibility to execute the initiation and their use. and here the answer was perplexing. they said to we don't know. about the surprising busi
, thune number 307, warner 693, thune 307, sanders 198, burr 697, reed of rhode island, number 482, paul 263, landrieu 314, cornyn 247, menendez 606, vitter 689, tester 537, toomey 535, casey 442, coats 514, cardin 273, lee 373, that there be no second-degree amendments in order prior to the votes in relation to any of these amendments, that notwithstanding all time having expired on the resolution, there be two minutes equally divided prior to each vote. upon disposition of the lee amendment number 373, the majority have the next amendment in order and all these votes be ten-minute votes, and the chair report en bloc. the presiding officer: is there objection? mr. sessions: mr. president? the presiding officer: the senator from alabama. mr. sessions: i believe this is a good list and would support this list. i would advise that a number of senators have amendments that they have waited patiently on and are entitled to get votes on, so we need to move forward, and the more effectively we can do so, the sooner we can finish, but there are some real serious matters that have not yet been p
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